DCNR Calendar of Events

Events

Friday, April 16

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Now! - Two options for the Scavenger Hunt. Here is your chance to have some fun in the park in the months of March and April. There are 16 egg-shaped signs...

Family Self-led Virtual Trail  Challenge: The Great Animal Mystery!

A mystery Pennsylvania animal is making tracks and leaving evidence all through at Washington Crossing Historic Park! Your family’s mission, should you...

Self Guided - StoryWalk®: The Listening Walk

Enjoy a story as you walk along a trail. You can find spring's StoryWalk® at the White Oaks Trail in the Kings Gap Hollow Day Use Area. This season's story...

Self-Guided High Adventure: Healthy Hike Challenge!

Hiking is a great way to improve your physical and mental health. See if you have what it takes to have your name added to our Iron Hikers list for 2021!...

Story Stroll: What Does Bunny See?

The library has removed this due to continued vandalism. Please stay tuned for more information about temporary story strolls. If you or someone you know...

Friday Morning Guided Spring Bird Walks

Mornings are your best opportunity to experience the thrilling world of birdwatching and listening. Join the park naturalist for a guided walk along the...

Hiking Series #1

Friday, April 16 at 9 a.m. TRAIL: Nescopeck Trail LENGTH: 3 miles TERRAIN: more difficult but fairly easy (small rolling hills, roots/rocks) MEET:...

Robin and Daffodils

Come find new signs of spring throughout the park by using our sense of sight, sound, and smell! This program is 1 hours long and is for ages 4-5 but all...

Home School Nature Adventures

Discover nature with other elementary age homeschoolers (K-5) who meet up every other Friday with DCNR park naturalist to explore the outdoors through a wide...

Oak/Hemlock Hike

Join Naturalist Robin Tracey on the Oak/Hemlock Trail at Locust Lake on Friday, April 16, 2021. The trail is 4 miles in length and difficult. We will be...

VIRTUAL - Things Naturalists Do

Ever wonder how park naturalists entertain themselves? Call fireflies, pet bees, fool moths, and more. Learn how you too can participate in these...

Vernal Pool Stroll

Join the Park Naturalist for a Friday morning stroll along west enterance road. During this short stroll we will be looking for eggs and wildlife that...

Virtual Tour of Hills Creek

This program will be held virtually, and NOT in person at the park. Are you interested in visiting Hills Creek or a former visitor looking to return? If so,...

Wood Frog

Do you know all the members of the chorus singing in your local wetland? Tune-in to this online webinar to learn how to decipher one singer from the other as...

Frog Songs - Virtual Program

Do you know all the members of the chorus singing in your local wetland? Join us to decipher one singer from the other as we learn the songs of our area's...

Virtual Climate Change, Part 3: Coming Attractions

We will discuss solutions that are being developed and discussed across the planet, beyond the simple basics of recycling, LED light conversions and similar...

Bygone Town of Ricketts Tour

**CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER** Discover where the lumber town of Ricketts used to stand and learn some history along the way! Good boots are recommended...

Family Night - Frog Find and Salameander

Spring is here and our amphibian neighbors are springing out of the ground! Join us as we learn what amphibians are and what they’ve been doing all winter....

Wood Frog

Do you know all the members of the chorus singing in your local wetland? Tune-in to this online webinar to learn how to decipher one singer from the other as...

Spotted salamander

These warm, springtime nights are perfect for viewing all kinds of cool amphibian species! So come over to Raccoon Creek during twilight hours, where we'll...

Skydance: The Dance of the Woodcock Preregistration is required

Woodcocks are some of the most fascinating birds of Spring! Woodcock Expert, Lisa Williams, the Statewide Grouse/Woodcock Coordinator from the PA Game...

Night Sky Tour

**CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER** Take a tour of the night sky to view Mars and the springtime constellations. Bring your own binoculars or telescopes. Don't...

Friday, April 16